Ben Simpson: Looking to the next 21 years in financial advice

'The last 21 years has seen meaningful improvement in professional standards'

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Ben Simpson: "There is far more that unites than divides financial planners."
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Ben Simpson: "There is far more that unites than divides financial planners."

Over the next 21 years, Ben Simpson hopes to see financial planners take their place as the ‘lead' professional advisers to individuals and families. Here he explains his thinking...

As regular readers will know, Professional Adviser recently celebrated the 21st anniversary of its 2001 launch.  It is difficult to imagine its journalists ever being short of content throughout...

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